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[ male announcer ] it's not just gourmet. it's war-met! i've never even heard of that. they've sharpened their knives and set their stoves to destroy! okay. okay. thanks. thanks. we're good. well, i just thought maybe -- we get along great. just cooking. fair enough. the new southwest shrimp fettuccine and chipotle cream steak & shrimp. part of the famous 2 for $20 menu at applebee's. see you tomorrow. and see you late night for 1/2-price apps. ♪ >> jimmy: a lot of excitement tonight. on the program, from "pawn stars," which airs on the history channel, the stars themselves, rick and corey harrison are here with us. very interesting guys. you know, they do a lot of their -- they do a lot of business with pimps, which we will find out tonight. and then, with music from this album, it's called "give you the ghost," polica from the bud light stage. tomorrow night, we'll be joined by kyra sedgwick will be here, vhs connoisseurs, joe picket and nick brewer, they collect vhs
tapes. i don't know why but we'll find out. and then we'll have music from josh doyle, too. let's go back to our skype scavenger hunt. we have four young ladies, roommates from indiana university, victoria and alley, hannah and chelsea are from lsu. did you total up the shoes? victoria and allie, how many do you have? >> together? >> jimmy: yeah, together, combined. >> 54. >> jimmy: hannah and chelsea? >> 23. >> jimmy: 23? 30? >> 23. >> jimmy: almost nothing. how do you even walk around? all right. all right, so, we're tied up at one apiece here. so, you guys stand by. we'll come back to you for the tiebreaker, all right? all right. 54 to 23. what could possibly -- we'll do a whole other hour after the show on the internet, explore that. later this year, our first guest's fake fangs will be plucked and placed in the vampire wing of the smithsonian when he says goodbye to the
"twilight" franchise forever. but first, he stars as a morally bankrupt billionaire in david cronenberg's "cosmopolis," which is in limited release now. please welcome robert pattinson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: what's happening? [ cheers and applause ] tears are being shed. there's a real -- i have to say, there's -- all right, all right, calm down, you animals. [ cheers and applause ] >> my tongue keeps coming out of my mouth, when anyone screams, like the reaction -- >> jimmy: maybe you are trying to french kiss them all. [ cheers and applause ] it's weird when i came into work this morning, there was a line of women and i thought they were here for me.
are they always waiting, like, when you come out of an elevator, is it like, "ahh!" >> not really. i have to plan it well in advance. i have to invite everybody and then it works. >> jimmy: the last time you were here, i think you were homeless, right? [ laughter ] >> still am. >> jimmy: you still are? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you just live in hotels? you don't have a place? >> no, i rented this archway in -- [ laughter ] and i just lived behind it. >> jimmy: like a troll. that's nice. >> one of those big trash cans. >> jimmy: do you have a car? >> yeah, yeah. well, kind of, yeah. i mean, i kind of -- >> jimmy: what do you mean kind of? >> ah -- i'm very difficult. finding it very difficult to express myself. i've been living in a trash can behind an archway for a while. >> jimmy: you're like oscar the grouch. >> yeah, kind of -- i have a couple of cars. >> jimmy: you have a couple of cars? >> selling them. >> jimmy: you're selling them?
>> yeah, i have -- got a 2001 silverado. that's beautiful. >> jimmy: that's a truck. you have a silverado 2001, huh? >> solid car. >> jimmy: did you get it in 2001? >> no, i got it, like, i guess, like three months ago. >> jimmy: three months ago? >> off craigslist. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. and i got it because i was -- as you can see, i do a lot of extreme sports and adventure sports. but i -- i was kind of trying to travel around with these bicycles. and i used to drive it down the street from my archway where i live behind and didn't realize -- i don't even know if i can say this on television. >> jimmy: say it. >> i was going with my assistant cycling, wear the little shorts with the little pad in.
and -- didn't find out but it's like an infamous dogging spot. you know what dogging is? >> jimmy: that's a sex thing, right? >> i used to turn up in the parking lot, looking at everyone, going, why are all these guys sitting around in their cars all the time? i go in there every day thinking nothing of it, and coming out in my little pants and then one day there was a big raid as i was there. >> jimmy: this is here in los angeles? >> down by the l.a. river. >> jimmy: what is dogging, exactly? it doesn't involve dogs, right? >> not entirely sure. i think it's an english expression. it's like cruising. it's not cruising. no one is cruising. they're just sitting there in their car. they are just waiting. >> jimmy: is it like when george michael came out of the bathroom? >> yeah, it's like these guys are sitting there so they can, you know, and no one ever -- no one ever -- >> jimmy: like dogs, just waiting. they are lolling about. with their tongues out of their
mouth panting, hence, the terminology. >> kind of that desperate. it never noticed what they were doing. >> jimmy: let's go back to the craigslist thing. do you actually go on a computer and find a craigslist ad and buy it from a guy somewhere? >> um -- yeah. i buy everything off craigslist. >> jimmy: do you really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yourself? >> my friends. that's what i was looking on it for. >> jimmy: you will show up at a person's house and look at an item like a car -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then negotiate with them? >> the guy in encino hills. every single car i bought, this guy lived with his parents. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you show up and you want to buy his car? >> we were talking about the gas prices, going, i know, man, it's crazy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did he not recognize you? that out of context that he wouldn't -- >> i don't think so. he was kind of -- he didn't really understand the concept of negotiating. craigslist, you say, i mean, can i get 300 bucks off, whatever.
the thing was only $2,500. >> jimmy: the "twilight" movies grossed a billion dollars. >> 300 bucks off and then his comeback was, what about -- what about 50 bucks more? the original price. i was just like -- what are you -- i just kept asking. >> jimmy: i guess it couldn't hurt to ask. wow, that's a crazy thing. that is a very strange thing. now they are all going to put craigslist ads. >> my first, the first one, the car i bought was $1,000. and i thought, i negotiated myself. i just got reminded, i just moved to l.a., i turned up with my agent and my manager to negotiate the price of this $1,000 -- >> jimmy: no, you did not. how long ago was that? >> that was just after the first "twilight." maybe just before. >> jimmy: and years later, here you are, owning a $2,000 car. [ applause ] >> made it.
>> jimmy: we got some girls at a couple of lleges here in the united states that are playing a little game. they might get a kick out of -- hey, do you guys know robert pattinson? >> yeah. >> jimmy: nope. look at the looks on their faces. he's going to buy your stuff on craigslist. let's give them a challenge. let's see. um -- oh. okay. switch clothing, the first team back to switch clothing wins. >> come on, come on. all right. >> jimmy: i was going to ask them to get dirty underwear and stuff. >> jimmy: they'll do anything you want them to. >> whoever brings back the dirtiest underwear. >> jimmy: we can do that. ask them to bring back a pair of man's underwear. okay, well -- oh, oh -- >> jimmy: it's hannah and chelsea that are the first. where's allie? what happened to allie?
oh, too late. okay, robert has thrown in one last challenge. he would like -- first one to bring back a pair of man's underwear, without a man in it, by the way. man's underwear. this is going to get them in trouble. >> jimmy: we have a tie now. i think we have a tie. what we're going to do is, we should just give them both the prize, right? we've got a 50-inch skype-enabled tv -- >> dicky: friends and loved ones on skype. on the computer, mobile phone or another tv. find out more at skype.com. that works good. hold up the underwear. whose are those? hannah? chelsie's boyfriend? and victoria, whose are those? >> these are my ex-boyfriend's. >> jimmy: wow.
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how many do you represent? >> she's a poet. >> is that what she is? i thought she was a -- >> a little of both. >> so rich and pretty. does she let her touch your personal parts? >> you look gorgeous today. >> jimmy: that is robert pattinson. i like that movie. i thought it was weird and entertaining. >> it is pretty weird. >> jimmy: what is the idea of the movie for those who haven't seen it? can you explain it? you spend most of it in a limousine.
>> it's about a billionaire, well, a multi, multibillionaire who is traveling across new york to get a hair cut, but he doesn't need a hair cut. and he doesn't get a hair cut. >> jimmy: he never gets one. the whole movie is a journey to get a hair cut. get a prostate exam in the limo, which -- >> four-finger prostate exam. >> jimmy: that is a -- that's house call. >> more of a [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: the camera is just on you throughout that scene and you actually look upset during it. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah. i thought so. >> no, yeah, no. i had -- yeah, i was -- someone was telling me about this vein that comes out of my forehead that only happens when good things or very bad things happen. and i have no idea why -- which one it is classified as, [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: that one, you can't
say. dogging, we're okay with. that one, we're not okay with. pretty graphic sex scenes in the film, as well. >> well -- yeah. i mean -- yeah, there's one -- there's a couple. there are a couple -- >> jimmy: three. no, there's two and then there's a lot of -- >> and then the [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: there's a lot going on. let's just say that. you should see the movie. robert pattinson. you love him. you might as well see the movie, it's called "cosmopolis." it's in theaters now. we'll be right back with the guys from "pawn stars." ♪ don't miss the boat, go to bud light port paradise for more
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>> jimmy: hi there, still to come, polica. our next guests star on the most popular cable tv show about a family business that does not include a species of kardashian. it's the very entertaining "pawn stars" on history channel. from gold & silver pawn in fabulous las vegas, please welcome rick and corey harrison. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: how's it going? thank you for coming. i enjoy watching the show. for those that don't know, you guys are father and son. you own a huge pawnshop in las vegas. not in a great neighborhood of las vegas. >> it's gotten a little better. >> jimmy: has it gotten better as a result of the show being so popular? >> the show being popular, the neighborhood sort of lifted a little bit. >> a couple years ago, they decided to build high rises down there. >> it never really worked out. >> jimmy: what do you have going on there? >> we got you a steve garvey ball. >> jimmy: that's my favorite baseball player. someone pawn this? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what would i get for something like that? >> worth about 100 bucks. >> jimmy: i will hang onto that. even put his middle name in there. thank you. that's very nice of you. i'm from las vegas, too. are you originally? >> born and raised. >> been since there '81. >> jimmy: you've been there quite awhile. las vegas has more characters --
probably than any town of that size. >> extremely eclectic. >> jimmy: i mentioned pimps before. you do a lot of business -- >> we used to do a lot. we are more of a touristy location now. we used to back in the day. >> jimmy: what kind of things will pimps come in to pawn. their women? >> you see, it's a really weird sub culture thing. you see, they generally buy all their jewelry in a pawnshop because they can pawn it for half of what they bought it for. so, when they get arrested for doing bad things, they usually take their money, because they got their money for doing bad things, but they don't take the jewelry. the jewelry, they can get half what they pawned it for. they can pawn it for half of what they bought it for and they can get out of jail. >> jimmy: bail, essentially. >> yeah. pimp economics. >> jimmy: pimps are smart. and people bring all sorts of things in. and you guys analyze the stuff. if it is something that's out of your, kind of like area of expertise, you bring experts in.
i like because it's kind of like antiques roadshow meets a, like, a trailer park. [ laughter ] >> never heard it put that way before. >> jimmy: you guys fight sometimes on the show, which is fun. >> yeah. >> one fight on the show, actually. got a little mad at me on there. >> jimmy: what did he get angry about? >> all kinds of stuff. >> him being him. >> doesn't like me spending money on the show. >> jimmy: you have disagreements over how much money you give out? for certain items? >> we have disagreements about everything. he's my son, for the love of god. >> jimmy: do you like working together? >> not really. [ laughter ] i mean, just kind of got thrown into it. >> working with my family is the best part of my business and the worst part of my business. it really is. >> jimmy: yeah, i guess, you know, i personally work with my family but we're not in as animated of an environment are you what are some of the weirder things that people bring in to
you to be pawned? >> we've had so much bizarre stuff. i had 200-year-old japanese porn brought in. >> jimmy: japanese porn? >> all-hand painted, down to the bodily stuff. >> jimmy: how do you figure out how much to give for something like that? >> well, you can look, some of the stuff you can actually look up. after i bought it, i realized i couldn't put it in the showcase, because my mom comes in there. >> i actually had someone rip out their gold teeth with a pair of pliers for 30th. that was -- >> jimmy: what? >> 24 hours, we have a night window. she came up, asked, do we buy gold teeth? i do it all the time from venice. it's not a big thing. she asked if she could borrow a pair of pliers. i said, leave your i.d. she comes back about 30 minutes
later, i'm thinking she stole my pliers, her mouth is full of toilet paper, she drops a gold tooth in there and it's worth about 30 bucks. >>jimmy: that's one of the saddest things i've ever heard. dentists will come in and sell the teeth from their patients? >> if you go to a dentist, they pull out a gold crown, keep it. >> jimmy: that seems unethical to me. dentists are a little weird, aren't they? >> in general, yeah. >> halfway between a vet and a doctor. >> jimmy: bring you a bag of teeth? >> yeah. >> jimmy: a bowl of teeth? and you melt it down or -- i imagine you don't put them in somebody's mouth. i guess you melt it down. so, when somebody buys a piece of jewelry, there's a good chance it was in someone's mouth? >> that's what's neat about gold. no one has ever thrown gold away the past 3,000 years. >> jimmy: i throw it away all the time. that's how rich am i. >> so your wedding band could contain gold from the egyptians. they never throw it away.
>> or someone's mouth. >> jimmy: you get people that come in and think, i have this beautiful piece of jewelry, my husband bought it for me and then it's not necessarily a beautiful piece of jewelry. >> that's one of the weird things. people are always -- people always hate pawn brokers, always hear bad stories about them. because we give bad news. because when a lady brings in a piece of jewelry, her husband told her it's a perfect diamond, i said, no, your husband is really cheap and it's not a perfect diamond, people tend to get mad at you. >> jimmy: and you can tell if it's a perfect diamond or not. >> yeah, we have -- we do this for a living, so. >> jimmy: you know all that sort of stuff. so, will you take over the store, eventually, will you stay there for the rest of your life, corey? >> i'm not going to be like my grandfather or him. i'm not going to be there my whole life. >> jimmy: you're not. what are you planning to do? >> you know, hopefully one day they retire and i can sell the store. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: funny if you pawned the store. would you be upset if you sold the store out from under your family? >> i'm never going to give it to
him, so -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, if there are any attempts made on your life, we'll know exactly where to look. well, the show is great. i enjoy watching it. thank you for coming out here there you go. rick and corey harrison. watch them on "pawn stars," monday nights at 10:00 on history channel. we'll be right back with music from polica. ♪
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